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    Milton 2E10F.1 10¢ Second Issue Experimental Group PMG Choice About Unc 58 EPQ, 2 POCs; About Uncirculated 55 EPQ, 2 POCs; About Uncirculated 53 EPQ, 2 POCs; About Uncirculated 53 EPQ, 3 POCs; About Uncirculated 50 EPQ, 2 POCs; Choice Extremely Fine 45 EPQ, 2 POCs.
    These notes are an attempted reconstruction of a ten-subject Baltimore-Washington sheet. When sold in Stacks October 11, 2007 sale as Lot 313, it was a group of seven. Somehow, the top note in the second column has strayed since that sale, and the grouping now contains six pieces. To our best knowledge, this is the largest reconstructed group of a Baltimore-Washington sheet in existence. (Total: 6 notes)
    From the Tabacco Family Collection


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